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David Rose, Head of Supply Chain, Tony Davis, Head of Space, and Chris Barber, Store Manager, took some time out from their day in Milton Keynes to share how they have seen significant enhancements in the efficiency of their branches and customer service following their deployment with RELEX Solutions.
Sometimes, it seems the only thing preventing retailers from pushing their winter holiday products out on the first day of October is that their display areas are still reserved for Halloween products. It makes sense to keep seasonal products out for as long as possible to maximize the enormous impact their sales can have on margin.
Combining space and assortment planning with accurate demand forecasts and optimized replenishment has great benefits. In this video, we’ll give an overview of RELEX’s Space & Assortment Solutions.
While many retailers widely use category insight data such as product performance, area demographics, and demand patterns to produce more customer-focused assortments, they fail to leverage the knowledge of those closest to the customer – the local store staff.
Retailers are looking at their merchandising strategies to cluster stores more precisely in order to understand demand at a more granular level.
Store-specific planograms are transforming retail shelf management. Why? They cater to each store's unique needs, ensuring products with high demand are rightly positioned.
In this video, Rite Aid Senior Manager of Allocation & Store Replenishment, Michael Marquardt, shares how RELEX is helping them streamline forecasting, replenishment and allocation and drive efficiency for their distribution centers.
Whereas store-specific planogramming can drive remarkable benefits like increased sales and availability and decreased waste, unified space planning builds on those benefits to deliver additional, more tangible value across the business.
Finding the optimum balance between centralized and customer-centric assortment differentiation is a critical task. But how this optimum can be arrived?
A unified approach to category management combined with the right planning tool allows retailers to leverage localized demand data to automate store-specific planogramming.
With automation, central planning teams can create a high volume of accurate planograms that are adapted to store needs. This will decrease out-of-stocks and overstocks, reduce inventory costs, and improve operational efficiency in stores.
This blog discusses how an effective supply chain planning solution can help keep relationships strong and stores efficient, stocked, and robust.
In this video, David Young, Pharmacity’s Deputy CEO, shares why they selected RELEX to help them on their supply chain transformation journey and the benefits they’ve seen so far.
This guide highlights the best practices for building a business case for store-specific space management technology investment.
This webinar discusses how emerging technologies reduce costs and increase profitability for retailers and CPGs.
Dave King, Director of Visual Merchandising at Rite Aid, sat down at RELEX Live 2022 in Atlanta to share their experience in partnering with RELEX.
Learn how JOKR is transforming its retail planning for increased efficiency, reduced inventory, and better product availability.
Discover how to leverage AI & ML to create optimal consumer-centric planograms based on forecast sales data and product availability.
The smart use of dark stores helps make online channels profitable and respond to the increased consumer demand for speed and convenience in online shopping.
In this webinar, our experts discuss automated space planning and present opportunities to utilize AI-driven data across supply chain and space management.
In this webinar, our experts make the case for a proactive approach to supply planning and capacity management to optimize the goods flow and take full advantage of workforce and space availability.
Years ago, a store may have stocked between 7,000 and 8,000 over-the-counter SKUs. Today, retailers have to account for and optimize anywhere between 15,000 and 20,000 SKUs.
During my almost seven years working with space planning, I’ve faced almost every question there is to ask around the topic. One, however, seems to come up constantly “Can we use forecast data when making the planograms?”
As a retailer grows and matures, they will inevitably find themselves, at some point, needing to invest in merchandising systems. But which capabilities to prioritize?